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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by j/k/Andy, Jun 10, 2007.
Should you buy or sell AAPL tomorrow before 1pm EST? Will the price end the day higher or lower?
It'll end higher, but unless your buying a lot of it, you wont see much returns from buying now and selling afterwards.
Wow...tough call. If memory serves, price normally drops the day off, but goes back up tomorrow, and would over all increase after the products released are good.
125 is pretty high, what did you buy them out?
I got back in at $72.50, should be ok
Edit: and I voted higher, the hype will only help, right?
But is seems like it will be a bit of a let down, software over hardware, maybe I can gain couple bucks selling off part of my holdings before the keynote, then buying them back?
What new markets can they expand into tomorrow? Not cell phones, desktops/laptops or music/movies. Sub-notebooks is nice but still small. OS 10.5 should be great, but not marketshare effecting.
I would say nothing much market wise is coming, but hopefully a new product or 10.5 feature will carry the day, like bootcamp did.
Everyone is saying it'll hit $170. I bought in at $25, gonna sell a few shares and make Apple pay for my iPhone, but I'd keep it as long as possible. I don't see it going anywhere but up
Apple is down 0.32%.. Expectations of WWDC was set way to high, my bet is they will keep dropping, Sell after iPhone release
Edit: Ah its going up and down all over the place...
Too much was priced into the stock. Now that the keynote has released nothing stellar in terms of surprises, etc., the stock is simply correcting.
The market is breathing fumes where AAPL is concerned, so I would not read too much into moves right now. It's all momentum and anticipation, very much unrelated to substance or what Steve says today. The big event is June 29. The rubber will really hit the road in the days and weeks immediately following, when the iPhone reviews begin appearing and the buzz goes either positive or negative. I'm also going to be watching whether Apple puts iPhones in the hands of reviewers in the week running up to June 29. If they don't, it might be a bad sign.